Australian journalist Dennis Freedman took a dig at former India opener Virender Sehwag after Glenn Maxwell’s 55-ball 113 powered the visitor’s to a historic win. The ongoing Australia tour of India was promoted with a babysitting ad featuring Sehwag and Australian legend Matthew Hayden. Now, after Australia has whitewashed the Men in Blue, the journo has trolled Sehwag with a meme. The meme has Maxwell babysitting Sehwag. It is quite hilarious as the picture is morphed.Also Read - India vs West Indies: Rohit Sharma Identical To MS Dhoni As Leader, Virat Kohli Exit As Captain Won't Effect Indian Cricket, Says Darren Sammy
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This is not the first time Freedman has mocked Indians. In the past, he trolled Kohli and the Indian map as well. Freedman is known to make such eyebrow-raising statements.
“It feels really good. We haven’t had a lot of success here of late. To come over here and perform like we have has started it off well for us on this tour. It helps a big bulk of T20 cricket in the domestic tournament back home. Having confidence in my game also has helped a lot and it feels great to contribute to two special wins,” said Maxwell at the post-match presentation party.
“Glenn Maxwell was truly sensational tonight but I thought Adam Zampa was the difference between the two sides. To go for just 23 runs on that kind of a wicket was really remarkable,” Aussie captain Aaron Finch said.
“It was a pretty short series to summarise the performances. Australia outplayed us in all departments and deserved to win. 190 is a good total on most grounds but if there is so much dew as there was tonight and when you have an innings like what Glenn Maxwell played, nothing much you can do,” Kohli said at the post-match press conference.